For a state that is one of India’s most developed ones, it is ironic Maharashtra has ignored almost all of its tourist spots. The state has unadulterated beaches, ghats and mountains and even forests with stunning wildlife. And yet, most of it goes unnoticed, hidden and unexplored.
Maharashtra’s stunning beaches are the right remedy for people from bustling Mumbai or Pune. They are quiet, unspoilt and allow long walks beside a pristine Arabian Sea.
Diveagar is one of Konkan’s quieter beaches, with 6kms of pristine sands to woo beach lovers. It hasn’t been overridden with hotels (yet) and has limited food options apart from the home cooked food that most locals sell.
To attract tourists, water and beach sports do brisk business on Diveagar beach. Whether you’re interested in a jet ski, or para sailing from the beach, Diveagar tempts tourists with activities. Banana rides, bumper rides and jumper rides are on offer.
Here is a water sports operator I found: